Dartmouth researchers: No universal chin type is attractive, study finds
A recent study on chins revealed that there is no universally preferred chin type. The study, published in the Public Library of Science on April 3 by Zaneta Thayer ’08 and anthropology professor Seth Dobson, showed that indigenous Australian populations had the most distinctive chin shape pattern.
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